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Minoru Yamasaki

Yamasaki, Minoru (1912–86), U.S. architect. The Lambert-St. Louis air terminal (1951), the McGregor Conference Center at Wayne University, Detroit (1956), and the U.S. science pavilion at the Seattle Exposition (1962) reveal his mastery of ornamental and sculptural form. He was also the architect, with Emery Roth, of the World Trade Center in New York.

See also: Architecture.

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